Park Hotel Muggia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Muggia
... and hit the waterfront. Trieste is a cruise ship port and we can see a couple of ships in the distance. It looks as though we have timed this perfectly and they have all left for the evening because it really is not that crowded. We come across a piazza and David spots a Japanese restaurant...yes something other than pasta sounds awesome! We can't get a table until 8.30 so we pop next door for a drink beforehand.
At 8.30 we sit down to a ...
... go get some, David went back to their apartment. Shouldn't be too hard to find somewhere to buy a litre of milk, surely! It took me an hour and a half to find a little supermarket, I pounded the streets for what seemed like 5km in the ridiculous heat - 34 degrees. Didn't help that Google Maps twice directed me to places that didn't exist. Pharmacies passed- at least 20. Clothes shops, 100 or more. Supermarkets? 1. I only found it ...
... a small pool of water with an adult living in it and a second pool with some smaller youngsters. It was all really interesting. After that we drove to Porec, a large town nearby. Here we walked around the old town and harbour, then went to have lunch. When we came out of the restaurant there was a hug rumble of thunder so we dashed back to the car and headed ...
... The truffles had a strong mushroomy flavour, it was nice but quite rich. In the morning it had been hot and sunny, but when we left the restaurant it was starting to rain. The light rain quickly became a downpour. We were going to look around the rest of the village, but we were soon soaked to the skin so we ran back down the hill and caught a bus back to the car. We drove back to the villa and spent a quiet afternoon ...
After our brief stop, we headed to Opatija, to a three bed roomed apartment owned by Danielle & Christos. After unloading the vehicle, we went down many steps to the waterside and dinner overlooking all the boats in the small harbour. Our fresh fish meals were delicious.